Learn more about pricing for payments through Japanese convenience stores on adyen.com.
In Japan, 17% of payments for goods are paid at convenience stores or konbini in Japanese. This means that offering cash payments at convenience stores as a payment method will help you widen your reach in the local market.
Through our partner econtext, you can accept payments made through the following convenience stores across Japan:
- Mini Stop
- Family Mart
- 7-Eleven: Local entity is required.
econtext does not require a direct contract; with the exception of 7-Eleven, all convenience stores do not require a local entity.
How to pay at convenience stores
After shoppers select to pay through 7-Eleven or other Japanese convenience stores on your website or mobile app:
- Shoppers are prompted to provide their full name, telephone number, and email address.
- Shoppers are presented with a voucher that contains a payment reference. The voucher is also sent to the shopper's email (except for 7-Eleven).
- Shoppers can then go to a Konbini to proceed with the payment. They need to provide the reference number and the phone number to get a voucher ticket.
- Shoppers present the voucher ticket to the cashier, and pays in cash.
- Shopper receives a receipt as proof of payment.
By default, the offer stays open up to 7 days. This means shoppers can complete their payment up to 7 days after the voucher was generated. If you want to change the offer expiry, contact contact our Support Team.
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How do you want to integrate?
Use our pre-built UI solutions to accept payments through Japanese convenience stores on your website.
Build your own UI to accept payments through Japanese convenience stores in your website, iOS, or Android app.
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